Virtual Drop-in Session: Strategies for Teaching Large Online Classes

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM

 

To attend the drop-in session, log-in as a guest at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/d3e658495db64a96a1c9d8ce57bf8918. This is a Blackboard Collaborate Ultra webinar session.


Details

Teaching large courses can present some real challenges for faculty. This is especially true in the online learning environment, where we don’t have the benefit of meeting with students face to face. Make plans to join your colleagues for this interactive workshop as we explore best practices for teaching large distributed learning courses.


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Facilitator


Yvette Sands
Instructor
Information Technology


Yvette Sands has been teaching at the University of South Carolina since 2013. She received her doctoral degree in the Curriculum and Instruction – Education Technology Program from the University of South Carolina. Sands teaches both online and face-to-face courses. Her research has revolved around engagement in online courses and the effective management and delivery of group discussion boards. She had been awarded a grant by the Office of the Provost for redesigning an online course. In addition, she has also received the Two Thumbs Up” Award  for recognition of faculty who make a difference in students’ experiences at UofSC.